In these muddled times, confusion seems to be the main course, and disillusionment is the uninvited side dish…and our inner dialogue is often more crowded than a New York subway at rush hour. Amidst this cacophony, who doesn’t yearn for a moment of sweet silence or a friendly hand to guide us through the din? Yet, as fate would have it, such reprieves are as elusive as a quiet moment in Times Square.
Enter LDV’s latest track and accompanying video: Too Many Voices, which hits the nail precisely on the head, both mirroring our collective befuddlement and providing a soundtrack to our very predicament. In a world where we’re ostensibly connected by the invisible threads of technology, one cannot help but wonder if we’re actually more like ships passing in the digital night—close enough to wave, yet too far to touch.
Too Many Voices taps into this paradox, capturing the essence of a society where we’re all linked, pixel by pixel, yet somehow drifting apart in the grand scheme of things.
For the video clip, Mold Records, under the imaginative helm of director Sergio Cinghiale, has taken a bold leap into the world of cinematic storytelling with this dramatic deep dive into the story of a family caught in the stormy seas of rage and alcohol. The confusion and disillusionment are tangible, almost palpable forces, wreaking havoc in a domestic setting.
There’s a glimmer of hope in this tempestuous tale. Amidst the chaos, the children are whisked away from the storm’s eye, a decision made by a father who’s determined to be the lighthouse in the fog of turmoil. It’s a pivotal moment, swinging the door open to the possibility of redemption – by pulling back before the point of no return.
The red light illuminates the underlying sense of oppression that pervades the video. It flickers and flares, like a warning signal, underscoring the urgency and the intensity of the unfolding drama.
Watch Too Many Voices below:
LDV (La Dolce Vita) emerged in Udine in the early 80s and have bee a constant presence ever since, finessing into a vintage wine that’s improved with time.
In a savvy move, LDV teamed up with Mold Records to give their musical legacy a modern makeover and breathing new life into the classics while introducing fresh tracks.
The release of their album 1979 by Mold Records in 2022 wasn’t just a throwback—it was a statement: “Not Revival, But ‘Survival.’ For LDV, the good old days are still alive and kicking, infused with the same passion and attitude that marked their beginnings. The ban still has a knack for crafting sound with meticulous care, ensuring that every note, every beat resonates with the class and sophistication of their music.
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